OBITUARY

Charlotte V. Blair

March 6, 1971June 15, 2019

Charlotte V. Blair, 48 of Winter Garden, Florida went home to be with her Lord on June 15, 2019. She was born in Point Fortin, Trinidad on March 6, 1971. Charlotte loved to help others and she loved to teach. She also worked as a Trust Administrator, Property Manager and most recently worked as a Customer Service Representative for Click Pay. Charlotte was raised in the Seventh Day Adventist faith and attended church with her family at Resurrection Catholic Church in Winter Garden. Charlotte leaves to cherish her memory her beloved husband, Roland Thomas; her children: Eliseo, Chloe and Anais- Marie Thomas; her loving mother, Gemma Blair; her brother Gary Blair and sisters Carline and Coreen Blair. She is also survived by her aunts and uncles: Janet, Phyllis, Christopher, Oscar and Oscott Austin, Angela Blair, Cynthia LaCroix, Jane and Jacinta Clement and Janet Singh; Joe, Cyprian, Christopher and Johnny Blair. Nieces, nephews, cousins and many friends.

The family will receive friends at Baldwin Fairchild Funeral Home, Winter Garden on Tuesday, June 25 from 10:00 to 10:30 AM. Tributes and Funeral Service will begin at the funeral home at 10:30 AM.

  • FAMILY

  • Charlotte leaves to cherish her memory her beloved husband, Roland Thomas; her children: Eliseo, Chloe and Anais- Marie Thomas; her loving mother, Gemma Blair; her brother Gary Blair and sisters Carline and Coreen Blair. She is also survived by her aunts and uncles: Janet, Phyllis, Christopher, Oscar and Oscott Austin, Angela Blair, Cynthia LaCroix, Jane and Jacinta Clement and Janet Singh; Joe, Cyprian, Christopher and Johnny Blair. Nieces, nephews, cousins and many friends.

Services

  • Visitation Tuesday, June 25, 2019
  • Funeral Service Tuesday, June 25, 2019

Memories

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Laetitia Thomas

June 27, 2019

My beloved brother, Stanley,
my deepest sympathy to you, Eliseo, Chloe' and Anais-Marie as well as to other family members.
Charlotte and I called each other Sis. We loved and treated each other as real sisters. We met each other back in 1995 while she dated my brother and from ever since we formed a close bond. Charlotte was fun loving, had high morals and believed in living a healthy lifestyle. In 2004, I returned to Antigua and we both tried our best to keep in touch with each other... we communicated regularly. We often wished that we were still living close to each other. Charlotte was looking forward to coming to Antigua this summer and so getting this news was very devastating and my heart broke. I had already texted her that same morning, waiting for her response.
Stan, I will be there at a finger click if you ever need me. I know you loved her dearly and will continue to be an excellent daddy. Charlotte is at peace knowing you will continue to play an excellent role in your children's life.
Sis, R.I. P. I will miss you forever until we meet again.

Derryn Prosper

June 26, 2019

Stanley

Thinking of you ..Eliseo, Chloe and Annais at this time and always, Charlotte’s memory will be in our hearts forever... May you find comfort as we share in your sadness. Heaven has gained a Beautiful, Loving, Kind and Thoughtful Angel. 🕊



Juan Carlos and Jenny Dominguez

June 25, 2019

Dear Roland

We just want to express our sincere condolences in this moment of sorrow .

All our prayers be with you and your beautiful family . God will give you the strength that you need at this time .

Love and blessings from our father from heavens .

The Dominguez Family

Glenette Gooding Floyd

June 24, 2019

My condolence to you Roland, children and family. I have known Charlotte for years. She was always a happy person and could light up anyone. She was not just a great wonderful friend, she was my sister. Charlotte or Blair as she was sometimes called, was very loving, caring and dependable. You can, always count on her to tell you the truth even if you did want agree lol. Ohhh how she loved to cook. I am forever grateful for all she did. I will miss you so much. All the memories we shared will forever keep you alive in my heart lil sis. I love you.

Catherine Edwards

June 24, 2019

I was blessed enough to work with Charlotte at St. Joseph school in New Jersey. Charlotte was always very positive and kind. She always took the time to see how you were, whether you were an adult or a child. I was also blessed to have Eliso in my class , and he was as kind as his mother. Charlotte will be missed, but not forgotten.

Robert Francis

June 24, 2019

Stanley , my deepest condolences to you and the entire family. Charlotte was like a sister to me. I will never forget how she Always made me feel at home whenever I visited, especially when I was going through my personal crisis. I look forward to seeing you and the kids in a few weeks. Until then, you will forever be in my prayers.

Karen Cavaness

June 23, 2019

On behalf of the Entire Saint Joseph School Community, we send our sincere condolences to the family of Charlotte V. Blair. We have such good memories of her and her children while they were a part of our school community. We pray that in the days ahead, the family finds comfort and peace in knowing Charlotte is resting in the arms of our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ. May her spirit live on in all of us.

Lovingly submitted,
St. Joseph School Community
East Orange, New Jersey

Winston and Yolande Sparrock and family

June 21, 2019

To Stanley and your three lovely children .
Just letting you know that you are in my thoughts and always in my prayers.
Have no fear the good Lord will give you strength to bear it.
Remember you have me "AUNTIE YOL".
Uncle Winston and Auntie Yol.

Dihmna Gardiola

June 21, 2019

Roland, Elisio, Chloe, and Anais, You are all in my thoughts and prayers. May God give you the peace and grant you the strength you seek. Rest in Peace my dearest Charlotte!

Love,

Auntie Lola

N.B. I was Charlotte's co-worker at St. Joe East Orange. Elisio, Chloe and Anais used to call me Auntie Lola.

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